Regular agenda items are:
—Coastside Emergency Corps formation and proposed organization.
—SamTrans proposal to eliminate weekend bus service on Sunshine Valley Rd.
—Devil’s Slide Ride, Saturday, 6/28, Hwy 1 bike event.
Agenda and supporting documents at the link: http://www.midcoastcommunitycouncil.org/
The meeting starts at 7pm at Granada Sanitary District, 504 Ave Alhambra, 3rd floor, El Granada.
Join Tom Brocher, Director of the U.S. Geological Survey Earthquake Science Center as he describes what we might expect when the next big one hits. He will go over lessons learned from the 1906 San Francisco and 1989 Loma Prieta quakes.
Half Moon Bay Library
Tuesday May 13th 6:00PM
Thank you friends, family, Earth Heroes and amazing supporters. In October you helped me win the Cox Conserves Hero award thru our local KTVU TV station and along with that award came a check to the Pacifica Beach Coalition for $10,000. We just spent that money on our Earth Day of Action & Ecofest event which resulted in over 7000 volunteers, 4500 students who received Snowy Plover assemblies, 14 schools, 135 businesses and 150 community groups, 45 ecobooths, and one united community who took action to help the environment!
Well your support has just brought the PBC another award and a new $10,000 check! Nominated by KTVU TV (who learned of PBC’s work through the Cox Award), the Pacifica Beach Coalition was chosen as a Chicken of the Sea Gratitude award winner – one of 100 groups to receive a $10,000 check.
We at the PBC are so grateful for your support and for having our mission shared with hundreds of 1000’s of people on TV by KTVU for Cox and Chicken of the Sea! There is a lot of work to be done and our mission, to end litter is no small task. So, this new award of $10,000 is helping us to dream big. Rest assured that this money will be spent making a difference in Pacifica that ripples throughout the US and every ocean! Hopefully our work will continue to educate, inspire and engage people all over the world to know and do the Little Things that Matter.
Now lets get to work on that tobacco litter! Won’t you join us with your daily Little Things that Matter actions of picking up litter, conserving resources of the Earth and Ocean, recycling, refusing, walking, biking, carpooling, using your voice for the environment, sharing the shore, respecting birds and their habitat ... !
See the Bay Area People show live and enjoy this “Magic of Earth Day”
There’s more information in the San Jose Mercury News report.
The National Weather Service has increased its estimate of the probability of an El Niño beginning in November from 66% to 78%.
There remains uncertainty as to exactly when El Niño will develop and an even greater uncertainty as to how strong it may become. This uncertainty is related to the inherently lower forecast skill of the models for forecasts made in the spring.
Many forecasters are expecting that if there is an El Niño that it could be unusually strong.
The structural similarity of SST [sea surface temperature] anomalies in the equatorial Pacific between 1997 and 2014–combined with numerical model projections for continued warming in the coming months–suggest that the it’s still rather likely that the Pacific is headed for a major El Niño event this year. By the end of May, we start to move past the Spring Predictability Barrier, so I expect that we’ll have a much better handle on where things are headed by early June.
The Coastside Community Orchestra’s Spring Concert features Dvorak’s Slavonic Dances 5-8, Soloist Bruce Yu playing Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto in E Minor Dvorak’s Symphony #9, “The New World.”
The CCO will also present music scholarships to the 2014 winners.
May 10th at 7:00 p.m., Coastside Lutheran Church, 900 N. Cabrillo Hwy., Half Moon Bay.
Tickets available at the door a half hour before the performance, $10 general, $7 seniors, students and children free www.coastsideorchestra.com.
500 block of Silver Ave HMB
13700PC- Domestic incident
Venice Beach HMB
647(F)PC-Public intoxication849(B)(2)PC-Released from custody
Deputy dispatched to welfare check of subject who looked “out of it”. The subject was found on a bench along the Coastside trail, and appeared to be under the influence of synthetic marijuana. He was determined to be unable to care for himself and was arrested and transported to SM County Jail, to be released when sober.
Male age 19 of HMB
500 block of Kelly HMB
A subject wanted on a misdemeanor warrant came to the substation where he was cited and released on his promise to appear.
Male age 42 of HMB
Coastside Shely Pack Dancer JP Viernes is named as finalist in Beach Blanket Babylon’s Scholarship For The Arts For 2014!
Hopefully, This Will Be Shely Pack Dancers Third Win In This Competition. The Winner Receives A Scholarship For $10,000.
Join some of Spindrift’s most talented and dedicated dancers as they make their company debut on the Terra Nova Theatre stage. This year’s production is an all-youth dance performance exploring what truly makes a monster.
From Medusa to the Banshee, the Nightmare Before Christmas to the Hunchback of Notre Dame, the haunting stories you know and love are brought to life through dance.
Terra Nova Theatre
1450 Terra Nova Blvd., Pacifica, CA
Friday, May 16th @ 7:00 PM
Saturday, May 17th @ 7:00 PM
Tickets $15, Call (650)738-8648
Free to Oceana Students w/Stundent ID
Donations to Puente de la Costa Sur will be eligible for matching funds up to $35,000 from Silicon Valley Gives on May 6 Day of Giving.
The web page is open now and any donations made today will be added tomorrow.
Puente is the only community resource center on the South Coast and the only organization in San Mateo County that focuses primarily on agricultural workers and their families.
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